Russian Air Force Jet Displaying No Callsign Enters California


General Joseph Francis Dunford Jr.,  currently the 19th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, had this to say during his confirmation hearing,
“If you want to talk about a nation that could pose an existential threat to the United States, I would have to point to Russia,” Dunford said. “And if you look at their behavior, it's nothing short of alarming.”

Now there is a Russian Air Force Jet, a Tupolev TU-154M, flying over American airspace with no callsign and very few news outlets will address the issue. The aircraft entered California and then flew through Nevada, Wyoming, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconson, Michigan, on through Toronto and was just north of New York as of this writing. According to flightradar24.com, the aircraft was in Moscow on 11/29/2015.

The Tupolev Tu-154M is a long range aircraft and a far more capable than the previous vehicles used during Russian incursions. The lack of reporting raises concerns about perceived weakness in the current administration's dealings with Russia.

Perhaps this incursion is related to the Treaty on Open Skies but it would be nice for the “most transparent administration in history” to inform the American people the Russians are peeking down on us.

Source: Intellihub & Flightradar24.com



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